The Melbourne Scottish Fiddle Club are sure to give a captivating performance, with a heart-warming mix of the traditional and the contemporary, of songs and of tunes.
Claire Patti is a versatile and passionate musician who has carved herself a career as a choral director, performer, arranger and educator. She will perform in concert with her harp and run the combined choir.
Performers for 2020 include Luke Plumb both as a performer and leading workshops. The full program will be available soon.
Last year Fiona Ross delighted audiences with song, this year she cannot make the festival but will be in town for a pre-festival event, stay tuned!
Performers for 2020 include The Melbourne Scottish Fiddle Club, Claire Patti, Peter and Maree Daffy, Jim Green & more... The full program will be available soon.
Next gen musos and bands that bring the house down. Jordy and Co. are festival favourites, and always up for sessions.
Friday night's sumptuous and entertaining Gala Dinner is a festival favourite. Bookings are essential as numbers are limited.
The Festival Gala Dinner is a popular festival event, delicious and entertaining... including the piping in of the haggis!
Merran Moir is back in 2020 as a performer and workshop leader. She's pictured here with The Likely Celts, who we hope to see return. TBC. Merran also runs instrumental workshops.
The Twa Bards specialise in Burns' songs, poems and stories, be sure to come along Sunday morning at The Burns Statue!
It's a lot about kilts, tunes, songs and stories, pipes, dancing, haggis, shortbread, whisky and sessions... the festival with a tartan heart.
Pictured here are Wadipadi; an incredible array of pipe and drum players. All ages, inspired and led by Donald Blair, Merran & Peter Moir and Dr. John Menzies. We hope they return for the festival in 2020. TBC.
The festival is auspiced by Tuniversal Music Group Inc. This talented local community music group is run by Peter Daffy. They have been festival regulars and we hope they can return for the festival in 2020. TBC.
Camperdown & District Historical Society Inc. has displays open during festival, publications available and also runs the lecture series.
With 4 fantastic guest speakers on a range of topics, the lecture series is a consistent favourite with festival goers. Food for thought!
Events include a baking workshop, whisky tasting and a shortbread competition! Along with the Gala Dinner there's plenty of temptation for your taste buds.
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1-5 July 2020, the festival promotes the legacy of Robert Burns and the cultural heritage of Scots in south-west Victoria.
FESTIVAL EVENTS, MUSIC SCHOOL WORKSHOPS & COMPETITIONS
Special thanks to Camperdown & District Historical Society for organising this event.
Capercaillie in Concert at The Theatre Royal, Friday, May 15th, 2020 at 6pm.
Buy a workshop ticket to be involved. Contact us if you run a choir and want to join.